Yesterday I performed a Nandroid Backup on my phone, because right after I knew I was going to wipe the phone and cache and remount Cyanogenmod on my Galaxy Nexus to hopefully solve another issue I had.
However, I guess when you do a new fresh mount CM recreates the
0 (profile) directory on the internal memory. So I ended up having to move the folders that contained the backup up one directory level.
The problem I have now is that with the latest backup I am running dangerously low on storage space, so I can't restore all my apps and data and therefore I need to delete an old backup (I have 3 but need only 2). I can't delete the folder using Astro or file manager even when giving them root access, and I thought if moving it to the same location as before CWM would be able to see it and delete, but it just says can't find any backups.
Is there a way to fix it so CWM can see it and I can delete?
The files are currently in the path